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The Alzheimer's Awareness Blog

origami1Keeping Our Minds Nimble and Engaged

For both caregivers and those with a history of Alzheimer’s in the family, it is so important to engage in activities that challenge the brain in new and interesting ways while providing a break from the every day. Try out the simple yet satisfying holiday star origami project below for a quick and fun fix...

meditate1Take Time for Yourself: Meditation

Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s is a complex process, rife with a myriad of emotional and physical tolls. One way to combat this is through meditation. In the video below, you’ll learn some simple techniques for clearing your mind, gaining focus, and relieving stress.

unconditionally1I Will Love You “Unconditionally”

Katy Perry's Unconditionally is the perfect song that highlights the power of love and the depth of commitment required to love someone no matter what.

NCcommunityTake An Inside Look At This North Carolina Universities New Program For Caregivers And Family Members.

A sad fact about the increasing number of people diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s is quickly outstripping the available caregivers, and the available training needed to care for patients at home. North Carolina’s A&T university has set out to address the problem with their Center for Outreach in Alzheimer’s Aging and Community Health, or COAACH. Using...

julianne-moore1This Revealing Interview with Julianne Moore Shows Amazing Sensitivity!

To get the role of Alice perfect for Still Alice film, Julianne Moore researched the disease and reached out to people who were confronting Alzheimer's.

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